Here is a citation I came across a while ago that may be of interest. We have found very few references to Jonathan.
A Jonathan Jedwen acts as witness to the sale of land in Westmoreland Co., VA. To wit:
"May 1656 (sic). Ger. Dodson attorney of Mr. Wm. Botham do authorize my lo: freinds Mr John Dodman or Mr. Wm Webb my attorneys to acknowledge the sale of land which I assigned over toRichard Heabeard with the pattent. Signed: Ger. (Gervess) Dodson; Witness: Jonathan Jedwen. Source: "Westmoreland Co., VA Records, 1658-1661," compiled by John Frederick Dorman. (Note: The date must be off as the Jadwins did not arrive in the Virginia colony until 1658. Records indicate this was one of a series of transaction that took place in 1658. In any case, this variant of the name should be pursued.)